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A. l Boyd, 3850 Ellis av. Thinks she
tnayhave been beaten to death.
10,000 Chicagoans wanted by Red
pross ass'n. Nat'l membership only
', 20,000. Germany has over million
'Bertha Proz, maid- 410 Diversey
pkwy, badly burned when dress
caught fire from laundry gas stove.
35 student waiters in Hutchinson
mmons, restaurant near the Chi-
cago U. may go on strike. Get 60
cents a day in food.
Municipal law department told
Michael Flaherty, head of local im
provement board, board has right to
L. L. Cole, chauffeur, will never
drive again. His truck killed Marie
Dobretz, 7, 3317 Fulton st.
Maurice Cone, saloonkeeper, 437 S.
Clark, fined $10. Open Sunday.
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1 "I had hoped," writes Robert Minor, "to take a bath here, but a Ger
man 'obus' (shell) got there before me!"
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